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Click below for a copy of this month's calendar and monthly newsletter: May 2019 Calendar
NEWS Book Club The Book Club meets each Thursday in the Heritage Room from 2:00 until 3:00 or 3:15. We’d love to have more people join in the discussion.
May 18th at 7:00pm The Westminster Community Choir will sing a free concert in our sanctuary on Saturday, May 18 at 7 PM. This same choir sang at Carnegie Hall last May. There will be a “love offering” to help purchase music for this choir. Put it on your calendar: May 19th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Celebrating Our Commitment to First Congregational Church During the morning service on May 19th we will culminate our stewardship emphasis of Experiencing the Joy of Generosity by returning our Financial Commitment Forms. Join us that Sunday evening, May 19th from 6 -8 pm at the home of Ron Sawdey, Cissy Wolff, and Trudy Wolff to celebrate our commitment to First Congregational Church. We will have drinks and appetizers together to share the joy of giving faithfully and generously.
June 1st from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm The American Red Cross will hold a blood drive at our church in the gym.
June 2nd: The 154rd Annual Meeting of First Congregational Church of Salt Lake City will be held on June 2nd, 2019 in the sanctuary following the worship service.
May 13 Email * Daily Devotional Week 3 * Theme Essay Week 3 * Commitment Form * Giving Chart In case you haven’t seen it ... Friendship Manor and First Congregational Church are mentioned in the 3rd paragraph of a Salt Lake Tribune news article: http://www.sltrib.com/news/2017/11/15/50-years-later-friendship-manor-remains-a-monument-to-how-faith-groups-can-work-together-to-serve-utahs-elderly/ (or click on the button below) 50 years later, Friendship Manor remains a monument to how faith groups can work together to serve Utah’s elderly. It was a 1961 chat between a Unitarian minister and a Westminster College professor that proved the genesis for Salt Lake City’s Friendship Manor retirement community.